AfterDawn: Tech news

TiVo, Virgin make DVR deal in UK

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 28 Nov 2009 15:13 User comments (4)

TiVo, Virgin make DVR deal in UK Popular DVR maker TiVo and ISP Virgin Media have announced a partnership this week, one that will see TiVo develop Virgin's upcoming HD set-top boxes.
TiVo will create a custom interface and in exchange Virgin "will be the exclusive distributor of TiVo service and hardware in the UK," says Electronista. Virgin has been losing market share to rival BSkyB in the UK and the company hopes the new generation of HD boxes will help them compete.

The boxes, besides playing back SD and HD streams from Virgin, will include online services such as the BBC iPlayer and itv.com.

The set-tops should go on sale in 2010.

Previous Next  

4 user comments

130.11.2009 9:45
jacklang0
Inactive

spam edited by ddp

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 30 Nov 2009 @ 12:48

230.11.2009 19:46

the 40 year old TiVo Virgen.

33.12.2009 0:56

To be honest nothing news worthy.
I guess we will have to see what the content will be exactly.

423.1.2010 7:27

If it's anything like the original TiVo UK mark 1 I had - it will pi$$ all over Sky Plus!!

I'm sure it will be messed up in some way though (sigh).


And I can't get V :(

Comments have been disabled for this article.

News archive